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It is climber,it is not treeIt is not Pongamia,it is probably DerrisThank youDigpati Roy
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fruits remind me of pongamia
|It is climber, it is not tree|
It is not Pongamia,it is probably Derris
|Do you know the species in your area?|
Sawmliana ji has reported three species from his area, which is close to your i.e. Derris lushaiensis, D.monticola and D.robusta are recorded in Mizoram.
Of the three species stated by him, I did not get any image or herbarium specimen on net for Derris lushaiensis
Derris robusta looks different as per images and details at
Derris monticola also looks different at
Forest Plants of Eastern India By Amal Bhusan Chaudhuri (1993) mentions five species with keys. But to me keys appears to be confusing and not matching with GBIF specimens.
Derris microptera Benth. at GBIF
Derris marginata (Roxburgh) Bentham in Miquel as per FOC illustration
Derris cuneifolia at GBIF
I think flowers would have helped. - from me
Thank you very much|
The area where my specimen was found(North Tripura) is near to Mizoram
These are mentioned with reference to Tripura
Represented by 5 species in the study area (Deb, 1981); out of which 3 species are lianas
I have asked for photos of flowers
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